Alfa Romeo is one of the most historic names in the entire automotive industry, with even Ferrari having its origins in its racing efforts. Alfa Romeo racing is also where the Quadrifoglio name got its origin, and it was specifically on the “Corsa” version of the RL driven by Ugo Sivocci to win the 14th Targa Florio. That was on April 15, 1923, and since then, 100 years have passed. With a century of history in the books for Quadrifoglio, Alfa Romeo chose to celebrate with a special limited edition of its two staple performance models, the Giulia Quadrifoglio and the Stelvio Quadrifoglio. These 100th Anniversary editions feature commemorative touches and exclusivity that make them collector-ready and unique.
Starting with the exterior, a new badge designed by Alfa Romeo Centro Stile commemorates the centennial anniversary, with gold brake calipers, a carbon fiber grille, and carbon fiber mirror caps further indicating the exclusivity of this limited model. Once you open the doors, you’ll be greeted by an interior finished in black leather and Alcantara with gold stitching for the anniversary car, as well as an embroidered “100” and gold Quadrifoglio emblem. With exclusivity a strong focus for this special edition of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and Stelvio Quadrifoglio, only 100 of each model will be made globally, with a total of 200. They will be available to order in spring with cars becoming available in the third quarter of this year.
Sources: Alfa Romeo